Most lawmakers are unlikely to read the bill before voting on it.
Most Republican members appeared receptive to the bill.
The $1 trillion spending bill unveiled by lawmakers on Monday night contains a one-year delay in insurance rate increases under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
The omnibus does not, however, repeal the larger $6 billion in cuts to military pensions.
The bill reduces the Prevention and Public Health (PPH) fund by $1 billion.
The bill includes a rider that waters down guildlines cutting coal-fired power plant funding.
It restores $1.5 billion in annual aid that was partly suspended after military coup.
Talks on extending unemployment benefits for the long-term jobless will continue this week when Congress returns.
Amtrak CEO Joe Boardman declared the Highway Trust Fund that is traditionally used to pay for federal transportation projects "dead" on Friday.
Receipts for the highway trust fund, which is filled with revenue that generated by the 18.4 cents per gallon federal gas tax, have been dwindling in recent years as Americans drive less often and cars become more fuel efficient.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) said he expects the House to pass a short-term continuing resolution (CR) early next week, which will fund the government until Saturday, Jan. 18.